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シンソツ ガンゴシ ノ カンゴ ジッセン ノウリョク ト キョウイクテキ シエン ト ノ カンレン : シンソツ 1ネンゴ ノ チョウサ ノ ケッカ カラ
Title Alternative
Relationship Between Clinical Competence of New Graduate Nurses and Instructive Support of Colleagues : From the Survey Result at the Time of One Year After Graduation
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language
jpn
Attribute
Original Article
Author
Karasuda, Shino
Description
<Purpose> The purpose of this study was to clarify relationship between clinical competence of new graduate nurses and instructive support from colleagues at the time of one year after graduation.
<Method> 77 new graduate nurses who had worked at hospital wards for one years completed anonymous questionnaire about Clinical Nurse Competence Self-assessment Scale(CNCSS)and Support from coworkers(head nurses, senior nurses and peer nurses). CNCSS has 13 subscales and 4-point Likert type with 64 items, and Support from coworkers scale has 3 subscales and 5-point Likert type with 14 items.
<Result> New graduate nurses recognized support about “giving counsel or providing for comfort” and “generating self-reflection” from senior nurses more than from other coworker. Recognition of support from peer nurses showed a weak correlation with 11 factors of clinical competence. Otherwise there was scarcely any relationship between clinical competence and recognition of support from head
nurses or senior nurses.
<Discussion> New graduate nurses have recognized that support of senior nurses was most important. But that recognition had no relationship with clinical competence of new graduate nurses. So it is assumed that new graduate nurses grew by helping each other. It is suggested that the way of supporting new graduate nurses instructively should be examined.
Subject
看護実践能力
新卒看護師
同僚からの支援
clinical competence
new graduate nurses
support from colleagues
Journal Title
島根大学医学部紀要
Volume
37
Start Page
24
End Page
36
ISSN
1880084X
Published Date
2015-03-01
NCID
AA12049432
Publisher
島根大学医学部
NII Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Format
PDF
Text Version
出版社版
Gyoseki ID
e26079
e26088
OAI-PMH Set
Faculty of Medicine
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